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g艒d艒

  1. Romanization of 饜尣饜崏饜尦饜崏

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godo

  1. first-person singular present indicative of godere

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin Gothus, from Gothic *饜尣饜尶饜崉饜尠饜尳饜崈 (*gutans), from Proto-Germanic *gut么.

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godo m (plural godos)

  1. Goth (member of the East Germanic tribe).

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin Gothus, from Proto-Germanic *gut么. The Latin American sense Spaniard is rooted in the legendary Gothic origin of many Iberian noble families.[1]

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NounEdit

godom (plural godos)

  1. Goth
  2. (Latin America, derogatory) Spaniard, loyalist
  3. (Canary Islands, derogatory) someone from mainland Spain

AdjectiveEdit

godo (feminine singular goda, masculine plural godos, feminine plural godas)

  1. Gothic

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Pohl, Walter. Strategies of Distinction: Construction of Ethnic Communities, 300鈥800 (Transformation of the Roman World). pp. 124鈥6. 鈫扞SBN.

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AdjectiveEdit

godo

  1. genitive of god; an ancient form, used in the expressions i godo and till godo